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"hawk realty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"You know, it's interesting tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reforms should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means the thirty year mortgage and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty or organization to still be in effect if I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second. People may not know that the role of Fannie Mae used to buy mortgages and the reason that's important. Is that say that you have the main street Bank in your hometown? And it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize that mortgage over thirty year period and make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. And that's one of the things real towards are fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to go those communities and if we're not able to put that infrastructure in their create that quality. Of life, be able to get people easily between work and home and play. Then we're going to have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that's on their, their bucket list, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up take care of the people who are in your communities and that includes the generation of -cation and his sexual orientation. We've got to make sure include those. People in all he'd, you have a lot of messages going up to Capitol Hill. Last question, Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And at state capitals around the nation. Here's that conversation. Tracey welcome to real estate today. Thank you. So first of all, how business businesses amazing? In scary, all the same time. But really, really good. Now you're leaving your business for a few days to come to Washington, along with thousands of other real tour so you can be face to face with members of congress. Why? Because I want to have a job tomorrow. I do. I do. In fact, when you say I left my business, I actually brought it with me. I have a phone a laptop, and we get to do business in between. So, but I came because two reasons one, yes, my business is important to me being able to take care of my family's important to me. But secondarily, my community means everything to me? So to be able to build that community by having a voice by being able to affect really good decision making by being a good resource for those who are making those big decisions because they don't do what I do every single day, and they need to hear what the ramification is going to be on that simple decision. Or maybe that simple clause in the big decision that they just aren't aware of. So it's up to us to make sure that they are aware of those little things. So all the members of congress represent either people who've been there for years and years, or people who are brand new starting with the people who are brand new. What do you tell? Tell them about what a real tour is this is what we tell them. Hi. I'm a real tour. Let me tell you what that means that means that I'm going to have communication with your constituents on a very consistent basis. That means I'm here representing private property rights. I'm here representing infrastructure needs. I'm here representing big medium in small business. But I'm here really representing more importantly, that homeowner that this is going to be that the biggest investment of probably their lives. And we wanna make sure that we're taking really good care of that. So the member of congress then says, okay, Tracy. What are your issues? What do you want us to know about what's important to the national association of realtors to homeowners and all the real towards in America? And then you say, okay, do you want the whole list, or just the top ten right? There's some big rocks this year and a few of them Phil familiar. So we want to make sure that we don't gloss over them. But flood insurance is a big deal. Flood insurance this time they ask is we don't need to quick-fix. We need a long-term solution. And we need it to be probably fixed. There's some corrections and needs to be made in that, but we need flood insurance to be there because we need to for the commercial side on the residential side able to close those loans. So flood insurance is a big win for us. You know, was interesting 'cause tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GNC reform should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means thirty year mortgage and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty year Emerton station to still be in effect. If I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second. People may not know that the role of Fannie Mae used to buy mortgages and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank, and your hometown, and it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize mortgage over thirty year period to make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. That's one of the things real towards fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure in their create that quality. Of life be able to get people easily between work and home and play, then we're gonna have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration on their, their bucket lists, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up take care of the people who are in your communities and that includes the generation of -cation and his sexual orientation. We've got to make sure include those. People in all keyed, you have a lot of messages going up to Capitol Hill last question. Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome. Kersee casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president of.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on WJR 760

"To come to Washington, along with thousands of other real tour so you can be face to face with members of congress. Why? Because I want to have a job tomorrow. I do. In fact, when you say I left my business, I actually brought it with me. I have a phone in a laptop, and we get to do business in between. So, but I came because two reasons one, yes, my business is important to me being able to take care of my family's important to me. But secondarily, my community means everything to me? So to be able to build that community by having a voice by being able to affect really good decision making by being a good resource for those who are making those big decisions because they don't do what I do every single day, and they need to hear what the ramification is going to be on that simple decision. Or maybe that simple clause in the big decision that they just aren't aware of. So it's up to us to make sure that they are aware of those little things. So all the members of congress represent either people who've been there for years and years, or people who are brand new starting with the people who are brand new. What do you tell? Tell them about what a real tour is this is what we tell them. Hi, I'm a real tour. And let me tell you what that means that means that I'm going to have communication with your constituents on a very consistent basis. That means I'm here representing private property rights. I'm here representing infrastructure needs. I'm here representing big medium in small business. But I'm here really representing more importantly, that homeowner that this is going to be that the biggest investment of probably their lives. And we want to make sure that we're taking really good care of that. So the member of congress then says, okay, Tracy. What are your issues? What do you want us to know about what's important to the national association of realtors to homeowners and all the real towards in America? And then you say, okay, do you want the whole list, or just a top ten right? You know there's some big rocks this year. And if you've Phil familiar, so we want to make sure that we don't gloss over them. But flood insurance is a big deal. Flood insurance this time, the ask is we don't need to quick fix. We need a long-term solution. And we need it to be probably fixed. There's some corrections and need to be made in that, but we need this insurance to be there because we need to for the commercial side, and the residential side able to close those loans. So fuck insurances, if they went for us, you know, it's interesting tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reform should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means a thirty year mortgage, and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty year amortization to still be in effect if I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second, people may not know that the role of Fannie Maes to buy mortgages, and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank in your hometown? And it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages. And it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put that mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize mortgage over thirty year period to make it affordable in payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. And that's one of the things real towards fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure and their create that quality. Of life, be able to get people easily between work and home and play. Then we're going to have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that on their, their bucket list, too. So we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have quality, affordable health insurance structure to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up take care of the people who are in your communities and that includes the generate inefficacious and sexual orientation. We've got to make sure include those. People in all, do you have a lot of message is going to be capital last question. Tracy, what does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Insurance is a big one for us. You know it's interesting because tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying he, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reform should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means means, Freddie and Fannie. And at the end of the day, that means a thirty year mortgage, and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty or organization to still be in effect. If I don't have. That thirty year mortgage not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second. People may not know that the role of Fannie Mae is to buy mortgages, and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank in your hometown? And it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize mortgage over thirty year period to make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. That's one of the things real towards fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure in their create that quality. Of life be able to get people easily between work and home and play, then we're gonna have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that's on their, their bucket list, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up. Take care of the people who are in your communities, and that includes the generation affiliation and sexual orientation. We've got to make sure include those. People in all he'd, you have a lot of messages going up to capitol last question, Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president of.

Tracy casper Fannie Mae Idaho association of realtors America GMC Berkshire Hathaway Freddie vice president Boise Idaho hawk realty president congress NAR thirty year one hundred percent ten million dollars thirty years
"hawk realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For us. You know it's interesting 'cause tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtors actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reform should look like. And for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means a thirty year mortgage and I made my consumers who typically need that thirty your organization to still be effect if I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes with pause there for a second, people may not know that the role of Fannie Mae used to buy mortgages, and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank, and your hometown, and it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize mortgage over thirty year period to make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. And that's one of the things real towards are fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure and their create that quality. Of life be able to get people easily between work and home and play, then we're gonna have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that it's on their, their bucket list, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're going to continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up. Take care of the people who are in your communities and that includes the generation affiliation and the sexual orientation. We've got to make sure and include those. People in all key. Drove a lot of messages going up to capitol last question. Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president of.

Tracy casper Fannie Mae Idaho association of realtors America GMC Berkshire Hathaway Freddie vice president Boise Idaho hawk realty president congress NAR thirty year one hundred percent ten million dollars thirty years
"hawk realty" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"You know, it's interesting tax reform is still on the table. But what I'm so proud of is that the realtors are saying, hey, we don't just need tax reform. The realtor is actually did a really, really good job in our staff. Just knocked it out of the park, and really brought together a thirty page white paper that addressed what GMC reforms should look like in for those of you who don't know what that means. That means Freddie and Fannie, and at the end of the day, that means a thirty year mortgage, and I need my consumers who typically need that thirty year Amer desertion to still be in effect. If I don't have. That thirty year mortgage. They're not able to homes. Let's pause there for a second, people may not know that the role of Fannie Maes to buy mortgages, and the reason that's important is it say that you have the main street Bank in your hometown? And it has ten million dollars to give out in mortgages and it gives it all out there out of money by selling those mortgages. They have another ten million to invest in new mortgages and to just take that one step further. If we left it up to the main street Bank, they're not wanting to put that mortgage out there for thirty years. They're going to want to put them mortgage out there for ten fifteen or maybe twenty. So that's what I mean to be able to amortize that mortgage over thirty year period and make it affordable in, in a payment for that consumers hugely important, if we didn't have it, our, our industry would stop. And that's one of the things real towards are fighting for this week one hundred percent. Can I go on? There's a couple of other things infrastructure is a big deal. We have to be able to those communities, and if we're not able to put that infrastructure and their create that quality. Of life be able to get people easily between work and home and play, then we're gonna have issues and we see that across America right now. We're at gridlock, and we've got to be able to fix that. So infrastructure is a big deal and we're excited because we're hearing from the administration that's on their, their bucket list, too. So we're, we're happy about that. There's also a big conversation for our members about health insurance, and being able to have a quality of forcible health insurance structure, to offer that to our members. That's a big deal for us. It's been a big deal for us for a long time. So we're gonna continue to talk about that, that equality act for us is huge. We as realtors stepped out years ago, and said, how can you possibly discriminate against anyone? And so, in our code of ethics we included everyone. And now we're saying, okay, congress and really to every state in America. Time to step up. Take care of the people who are in your communities, and that includes the generation affiliation and sexual orientation. We've got to make sure and include those. People in all do you have a lot of messages going up to Capitol Hill? Last question, Tracy. What does the word home mean to you? Everything everything. Tracy casper. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me. Very welcome, Tracy. Casper. Real tour and broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver, hawk realty in the Boise valley of Idaho, the past president of the Idaho association of realtors, and NAR's, vice president of advocacy..

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"hawk realty" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In half an hour. Why buyers are increasingly looking to the excerpts? Stephen back to you. Thanks bill. We're going to start out today with an important talk about home ownership issues that affect it, and the laws of the land, because from flood insurance to the tax, code, and more. Congress makes decisions that can have a huge impact on property ownership. And when those decisions happen real tourists are they're educating members of congress about how those moves affect property ownership in America. Recently, I discussed this with Tracy casper. Real tour in broker, owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services, silver hawk realty. In the Boise valley of Idaho. Tracy is the past president of the Idaho station of real tours and is currently NAR's, vice president of advocacy, helping to lead the discussions on Capitol Hill. And at state capitals around the nation. Here's that conversation. Tracey welcome to real estate today. Thank you. So first of all, how's business businesses amazing? Scary all the same time. But really, really good. Now you're leaving your business for a few days to come to Washington, along with thousands of other real tour so you can be face to face with members of congress. Why? Because I want to have a job tomorrow. In fact, when you say I left my business, I actually brought it with me. I have a phone in a laptop, and we get to do the business in between. So, but I came because Tyrians one, yes, my business is important to me being able to take care of my family is important to me. But secondarily, my community means everything to me? So to be able to build that community by having a voice by being able to affect really good decision making by being a good resource for those who are making those big decisions because they don't do what I do every single day, and they need to hear what the ramification is going to be on that simple decision. Or maybe that simple clause in the big decision that they just aren't aware of. So it's up to us to make sure that they are aware of those little things. So all the members of congress represent either people who've been there for years and years. More people who are brand new starting with the people who are brand new. What do you tell? Tell them about what a real tour is this is what we tell them. Hi. I'm a real tour. Let me tell you what that means that means that I'm going to have communication with your constituents on a very consistent basis..

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"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:37 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Realty radio is back with hosted real estate investment throw. Avi goal hawk. Realty nation is for the last ten minutes. Obvious think realty radio just getting warmed up. I feel like it's it's our is gone by and the last two minutes, and this is where you get all the juice the gold nuggets that you need to succeed as a real estate investor specifically from a property management perspective that being said, Mark, it's always it's always fun. Having you on the show, and it's a fun for me to kind of pick your brain. Because you're an investor, and you're also you also have your property management company. Not a lot of property managers. Invest in property that drives me crazy, my CPA investment property, my attorney investment property. My trust attorney invest in property. It's tough. Find a property manager that also does the same thing. Because now, you know, they're also playing the game. Right. They're not just talking the talk through also walking the walk. And I certainly appreciate that what type of financial reporting should I expect from my property management company. Question at a minimum what you should expect. And what you should receive a monthly operating statement that's gonna show all the income received, and it's going to be itemised expenses as well with copies of invoices. I think that's what you want on a monthly basis. To be receiving from your property management company. And if that ever slows down or Montas missed like alarm bells should go off because every so often we reduce stories about PM companies that either they ran off with the money or they just kinda random sells out of business in the first sign when they go back and talk to the owner clients, the owners to say, well, I should have known something was up when I didn't receive my what statement last month. So those things that is how you hold the feet to the fire for the property management company review, those things look at it in even if you don't have any questions on it make a question at some point all the PM and ask because the PM. No that you're watching that you're looking at the numbers, and that that they know that you're going to be watching. Yeah. I I I'm a huge fan of saying, hey, column three role for what does that mean? Exactly it could be any number. It doesn't matter. And even if there's no column three enroll floor, right like. Love it. It is true. It's just human nature. I mean, you know, we're we're honest, we're not as property management company. But I tell you those clients that I know analyze their statements like I give an extra set of eyes on those things because I know they're going to be watching. I know they're going to call the questions. I don't wanna make mistakes. So that's just wise for any owner to be doing that. Should I also look for property management company that say uses institutional grade software for reporting or a Google spreadsheet? Okay. What should I expect here? Most PM companies do use one of the big providers. There's a handful of companies out there that do software that folio is property where there's rents a couple there. There. There's a few big on almost every PM company is going to use one of those big five. It's almost unheard of for copies. Not to be using one of those because they're consolidating as well. But yeah, you want to ask him. What software? They're using. You wanna ask him who's gonna hold the security deposit? That's an important aspect as well. Are you as the owner going to be holding that towards the pm going to be holding that in escrow interest? And I think that a good way to bet two things that I was encouraged folks who to bet PM companies is Google them because Google reviews speak volumes. That's not something we can control. I wish I could. But I can't so Potanin earlier gets upset. They're going to go on Google. They're gonna say whatever they they wanna stay. So that's really kind of public domain type stuff to see what what their real clients are saying on that. And then Secondly, go to the real estate commission website for your state and see if there been any complaints filed against that PM because almost every state has a complaint process through the through the state real estate commission and those complaints were public knowledge. So means if one of my clients get upset me, I think we're stealing their money or whatever they can call a real estate commission and file a complaint if the complaint is legit that'll that'll stick that'll be on there. So that's public record. So anybody can see the complaint was filed. Here's what happened and. Here are the results. So that's that is the due diligence that owner clients should be taking before they ever hire PM company. But Mark, I mean, all this diligence takes time, you're telling me I have to find the phone number for the real estate commission. And then like, I don't want to do any of that. Like, I do I have any business being in the real estate game. That is that is your responsibility. Now, here's what I'll tell you a good PM company. A PM company will say, hey, here's the link to the real estate commission or you can go on and see that we got no disciplinary actions, and here's a link to read or Google reviews, and here's a link or BBB stuff. So good PM company, if they're marketing, well, they're gonna give all that stuff to you. Don't have to go search. Syndrome. So they're being very peremptory preemptive with that information. So that they should be. They should be. That's awesome. Let's talk about scaling of business. I have one two three properties. How do I work closely with my property management company to convince them or just let them know? Hey, I'm looking at growing my portfolio. It's been a good relationship. So far. How do I how do I build that report more? So that either I can maybe as a as a opera as the owner as a rental owner, maybe get a discount Ford giving my business is that an option or maybe just say pay attention to my properties just a little bit more. Because now on I want to go from ten to thirty five or fifty. Question. And I think for most clients that are working with PM companies. They don't realize that the PM company can be the biggest asset they have as related to getting new property. So if for example, if one of my owner clients were to call me today when we get off the phone here. And they said, hey, Mark. Here's the deal. I want I want to buy more property, so just please keep your eyes open. And when you find a property for sale within your client base. Call me first. And if it's a good deal, albeit if that call happened, I could I could right now present that client with three or four buying opportunities for current clients of ours. That have come to us and said on the flip side of that coin. Hey, I think I'd like to sell. So I'm thinking about selling maybe I want to sell maybe not listen to it yet. But at some point I want to sell so we've got all these kind of deals in our back pocket to some extent that we can connect people with buyers and sellers because that's that's all we do. I mean that that's exactly athlete. We know. So if an owner wants to scale before you either call the local real estate agent and say, hey, take me around and show me some properties. Call even if you don't work with the company, even if they're not your company, call a PM company and say, hey, I'm looking to buy something in by the way, if I buy it. I'll probably keep it with your company now, and that's like music to my ears as a property manager. Right. So now, I could potentially if I if I'm a broker I could broker that sale. But if I'm not I can still retain management that old which is exactly what I want from the business side of things. So owner investors need to tap into PM companies whether their clients not call them and tell them what you're looking for. Because at some point they will have that type of investment property from available in your portfolio, and you're the name pops into their head. You're gonna get the first call. Let's let's say we're doing rental turn and lease one is expired, and we have you have a new tenant, and we're doing least number two. What what amount should I budget, what dollar amount should I budget to get this Reynolds back into shape? So that the new tenant feels at home in their own property. Paret question. I'll be and then that's a really hard one to ask for a on. A I can't give you a dollar amount because I would need to know. I mean, it's just a condo is five years old. Or is it a twenty five year old single family house? So what we typically see if we're trying to look like averages it's going to be skewed one way or the other either the tenant moved out the property looks beautiful. New tenant can move right? You do not or it's been in there for six years and it needs new carpet and new paint and couple repairs. You're gonna drop five Brandon. So either you're spending between zero one hundred dollars or between three thousand and seven thousand it. It's so sporadic that way based upon the condition in the link of tenancy of the property now, I will say on average over time the number that we tell investors to budget for their maintenance is one month's rent per year. That's a good solid. Number two, so properties running for thousand bucks a month on average over time. You will spend a thousand dollars a year on maintenance. That is. Awesome. That's awesome. We've known that just because we've got forty years of data behind, and I was I was reading a press release from one of the publicly traded reits recently and.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To be raised in the real estate family. And I will thank my lucky stars every day. I thank my lucky stars every day. Journey to work at the greatest business in the world. Next up. Elizabeth mendenhall the immediate past president of the national association of real tours. Elizabeth is the CEO of Remax Boone realty in Columbia, Missouri. This thanksgiving two thousand eighteen what are you most thankful for? Well, it's been an amazing year. I've had the honor this year of serving as the president of national association of realtors and thankful for all of our relatives across the country who are so generous, and who have helped so many homeowners this year and helped people at homes, but the other piece about the realtor community is they are one of the most giving people that I know and they are leaders in their community. And you know, not everyone is fortunate to have a home. And so we think about this thanksgiving, those who do we think about an hope and pray for those who don't and how we can help them succeed as well. And all of that involves my friends all of. The one point three million realtors across the country who are so committed to making this be a country where everyone can achieve the American dream and also, Tracy casper. NAR's two thousand nineteen vice president of advocacy, Tracy is broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services silver, hawk realty in the Boise Idaho area for Tracy being thankful is all about the family. Tell me what.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Generation realtor. And I had the great opportunity to be raised in the real estate family. And I will thank my lucky stars every day. I thank my lucky stars every day. The afternoon to work at the greatest business in the world. Next up. Elizabeth mendenhall the immediate past president of the national association of realtors Elizabeth is the CEO of Remax Boone realty in Columbia, Missouri. This thanksgiving two thousand eighteen what are you most thankful for? Well, it's been an amazing year. I've had the honor this year serving as the president of the national association of realtors, and I'm thankful for all of our relatives across the country who are so generous and who have helped so many homeowners this year and help people at homes, but the other piece about the realtor community is there one of the most giving people that I know and they are leaders in their community. And you know, not everyone is fortunate to have a home. And so we think about this thanksgiving, those who do we think about an hope and pray for those who don't and how we can help them succeed as well. And all of that involves my friends all of. The one point three million realtors across the country who are so committed to making this be a country where everyone can achieve the American dream and also, Tracy casper. NAR's two thousand nineteen vice president of advocacy, Tracy is broker owner of Berkshire Hathaway home services silver, hawk realty in the Boise Idaho area for Tracy being thankful is all about the family. Tell me.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:28 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Realty radio is back with hosted real estate investment throw. Avi goal hawk. Realty nation. It's AVI goal har-. We're back last ten minutes of the show. It's going to be fun. We're still talking news. We're still talking market stories that you need to know or at least be aware of. So you can be smarter, leaner, faster more awesome real estate investor. Christopher from renters warehouse, and before the break, we were talking a little bit about Chicago. And I gave him six seconds to respond to the question of why there's so many people moving out of the city of Chicago that happened in Detroit where I feel I think there was a statistic out for a period of ten years. There was a there was like ten or twelve percent decrease in population within the city of Detroit. And now it's really coming back with a resurgence. Do you expect that to happen Chicago? What's going on? Why is there such a crazy population decrease? Well, I think he I you can't really compare the two because Detroit the reason that your troops was because of the downturn. And it just I mean, that's true. Know, it's. So they rip the band aid off in Detroit. I don't think they rip the band aid off in Chicago. So it's it's the same thing. You look at the economy with interest rates and all those things by Detroit was able to rip that band aid off. They tore down a lot of homes which actually helped and now they're they're booming Chicago, I think like I say twenty years there. I think there's it's a very very much of a regulated city. The pensions are underfunded the taxes are high the real estate taxes are insane. So and there's still a shortage in in inventory in Chicago for the two hundred thousand two hundred and fifty thousand plus homes and articles mentioning there's there's some people that are so frustrated with by not able to find the smaller homes that are that they're buying up and that hurts in the long run that's going to hurt things. So you know, I can tell you that I moved out of Chicago because as much as I love the city. I just felt it was a better more for a better place to raise my children in a in a different than a different place. But Chicago is is booming on some levels, and then hurting others. So I think you're going to still see some people moving out. And I think that, you know, even in the very low income with issues with the schools, and the is lower social economic issues in Chicago. Where there aren't jobs there. Aren't there aren't factory jobs and things like that for people? It's it's more of a higher end that Chicago's booming. But everything from that moderate income down. I think is is struggling and it's going to continue to struggle. And I don't know what the social answers that is. Yeah, I was just looking up a calculator and Illinois property tax calculator. What I'm sure we can compare zip codes as well. But you have a McHenry county two point seven six six percent of the assessed value is what you're paying in taxes of your home values two hundred and fifty thousand dollars you're paying six thousand nine hundred and fifteen dollars in annual property tax. That's a lot of money. That's a lot of money. Yeah. Seven six as well. I think the average property tax percentage was two point one three which is also really high. And if you look at some of these other areas, the taxes are even up towards five percent. And so it's just it greatly affects affordability. Affects the market. But I the solution. We don't know what the solution is because. There. The the cities in the states, and the counties are just grossly underfunded. The pension system is a mess, and so those are negative factors positive factors and you go downtown Chicago. And what it's doing it's beautiful. It's amazing. There's a lot of energy and vibrancy in the city. But really I'm more on the high end of the market. Yup. That's right. There's a there's a very there's a Tableau interactive map that you can find as well just type in two thousand seventeen property taxes by county plus USA plus Tableau and you'll find exactly what we're talking about. You can also check out the article on think realty dot com that we are discussing which is the four markets are right for gut job. So I can understand the Chicago Illinois. Piece in terms of markets that are being ripe for these for these major major renovations the demand factors for Chicago. Like, you mentioned Chicago, Chicago is the third most populous city in the US, according to the US census bureau and Chicago's currently experiencing some tight housing Tori short times on market during the third quarter days in mock market Harvard around forty five, but one of the challenges to like, you said is the tax issue. So we have to really understand what the city's plans are on with the county's plans are to subside that number to talk about Detroit quote with more than half fifty one percent of its housing inventory built before nineteen sixty and room to renovate since that inventory is valued at about sixty four percent of the overall market. So I like that number sixty four percent makes me smile. The question is how much in renovation what percentage of that value will be? Geared toward renovation. And if it starts to exceed twenty five or thirty percent, all of a sudden, those numbers don't make any sense anymore. Right. Absolutely. And I think the supreme example of try. There's a ton of opportunities in Detroit. The there is. Influx of very large, investors and companies that moved as moved to Detroit and really propped the city up, and it's helped that thrive in it is still thriving. And I know a lot of guys who are buying we having candidate and then selling and the numbers work, and they're able to do it in in neighborhoods and in good neighborhoods where there's lower risk, and there's even some areas in Detroit that have become almost not affordable for investors to to buy cash flowing properties. Because it's it's growing up so much in Detroit, Chicago, all these places marketing. Manage properties there because investors either more urban markets, if you're an investor you're the importance of of having a good trusted advisers property manager, realtors investors, things like that is is even more important because there's a lot of regulation, and there's a lot of fun. You want to say you really need. Where you're buying and you trust the people that you're working with now. That's right. I think. Detroit for me is a very interesting interesting opportunity. The Michael Jordan, president of strategy properties. Michael Jordan that we know from Chicago, coincidentally, the coincidentally. They have the same name, which is kind of awesome. But he's also just as tall as Michael Jordan. Quote, probably fewer than one in twenty rehabs. In our in.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Biz talk radio, America's home for business online at biz talk radio dot com. Realty radio is back with hosted real estate investment throw. Avi goal hawk. Realty nation. It's your host AVI goal heart pack, as you can tell veasley my guest today riding the airwaves with these names. Knoll Christopher senior vice president of corporate development at renters warehouse. We've been talking about a pathway for our audience for you listening in to jump into the single family rental market and to start diversifying some of your holdings into this very unique asset class is one of my favorites. I love it. And believe me, it's something that can help you build wealth for the long-term before the break we had started. This topic started this discussion about building wealth for the long term. And what it means to have a long-term perspectives and thinking long term with rentals noticed right off the bat. What does that mean to you? That means. The break it really when you're buying and investment property it single. People to with the wrong expectations. So if you're going into buying a rental with the execution of property cashflows an extra four hundred dollars a month. I need that four hundred dollars a month probably going into the wrong way because you're gonna have issues that come up and you need to look at. And I mean, you know, just regular maintenance maybe attended this year every once in a while you need to look at it as a long term investment of you're paying your mortgage. So you're upside it's way more than just knee cash flow of the property. It's it's pay off that mortgage creating equity on a monthly basis is your pain.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"America's home for business. Talk online at biz talk radio dot com. Think realty radio is back with hosted real estate investment. Pro Bobby goal hawk. Realty nation is I'll be your host out think Rosie radio my guest Robert McKay from angel Oakland crime bridge, and we're talking about lending exactly what you need to win the game of real estate flipping or real estate rentals. Whenever you're looking at whatever fits your fancy and everybody has their own investment strategy. Every investor has their own investment personality. Part of being a good investor is understanding what yours is when you wake up in the morning. You know, exactly what your mission is for the day. Just. Very similar to that. You need to know where you had it. Right. If you don't know what you're doing throughout the day than you lose track of where you need to be the same thing in the real estate world. If you don't know what type of real estate investor. You are I guarantee you you will not have a good time. For example, if you love the flipping game if you like buying fixing and then selling real estate, and you don't necessarily like the single family rental game collecting rents and working with property management to ensure that your properties are well taken care of. And then of course, then you're not going to have a fun time. So understanding the personalities really important. Once you understand you're investing personality, and what you want to eventually. Kind of have with your real estate investing world. You know, what let's actually have Robert William Robert, what do you think investment personality? Does this make sense does not make sense? How many of your borrowers come to you and say, hey, Robert, I need alone. But I don't really know what I like doing. I do think it makes sense to understand that we always look at it. I like the idea of having to exits. Yeah. So if you're looking at the old saying, okay, well, I wanna fix some flip. If it doesn't work out. Then I can go ahead and rent it. You know, it seems to be in a lot of everyone always wants to start getting into doing wholesaling. I think it's harder than it sounds. Yeah. I agree. You know, people figure that's a good way to get some cash right now. I agree. I mean, a wholesaling essentially for our listeners that don't understand what wholesaling is you're putting a property under contract is if you're going to buy it, and you sign your interest in that property, or essentially, you assign your contract to another buyer for a fee, and that fee can range between three thousand five thousand twenty five hundred.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Ninety six fifty eight. This is biz talk radio, America's home for business. Talk online at biz talk radio dot com. Think realty radio is back with hosted real estate investment. Pro Nabi gold hawk. Realty nation is your host of think Rosie radio my guest Robert McKay from angel oak prime bridge, and we're talking about lending exactly what you need to win the game of real estate flipping or real estate rentals. Whenever you're looking at whatever fits your fancy and everybody has their own investment strategy. Every investor has their own investment personality. Part of being a good investor is understanding what yours is when you wake up in the morning. You know, exactly what your mission is for the day adjust. Very similar to that. You need to know where you're headed. Right. If you don't know what you're doing throughout the day. Then you lose track of where you need to be the same thing in the real estate world. If you don't know what type of real estate investor. You are I guarantee you you will not have a good time. For example, if you love the flipping game if you like buying fixing and then selling real estate, and you don't necessarily like the single family rental game collecting rents in working with property management to ensure that your properties are well taken care of. And then of course, occupied then you're not going to have a fun time. So understanding the personalities really important. Once you understand you're investing personality, and what you want to eventually. Kind of have with your real estate investing world. You know, what let's actually have Robert William this, Robert, what do you think investment personality? Does this make sense does not make sense? How many of your borrowers come to you and say, hey, Robert, I need alone. But I don't really know what I like doing. I do think it makes sense to understand that we always look at it. I liked the idea of having to exits. So when if you're looking at it the old saying, okay, well, I wanna fix some flip. But doesn't work out. Then I can go ahead and rent it seems to be in a lot of everyone always wants to start getting into doing wholesaling. I think it's harder than it sounds. Yeah. I agree. You know, people figure that's a good way to get some cash right now. I agree. I mean, a wholesaling essentially for listeners that don't understand what wholesaling is you're putting a property under contract is if you're going to buy it, and you sign your interest in that property, or essentially, you assign your contract to another buyer for a fee, and.

Robert Robert William America angel oak prime bridge Robert McKay Rosie
"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Realty radio is back with hosted real estate investment. Pro AVI goal hawk. Realty nation. It's obvious goal. Har-? We are back on air. Guests today is Carol Alice editor in chief of quilty magazine. And we kinda spoiled the bullet point city number four, which is part of the four markets that are right for jobs that article that is featured in the think royalty magazine tuber issue. The first city was Chicago the second Detroit, third Baltimore and the fourth. We revealed as Houston, but we didn't tell you why. I love cliffhangers. So why Houston? Okay. So I will tell you why Houston is unusual and then we'll go into a little bit. Why houston? So you know, we talked about how we are looking for aging inventory, and we are looking for a high availability of homes at at auction or other ways to obtain vacant and blighted and abandoned properties a deep discount things like that. So Houston really have a lot of that. Which makes it kind of interesting. But what it does have is as everybody probably remembers from September two thousand seventeen about a third of the city was under water when hurricane Harvey came through and that caused about one hundred twenty five billion dollars in damages and while you would think well Carolina was a year ago. You know, why are we talking about that? Now, it actually sort of a lot of that housing inventory takes time to work through the system, you know, people decide whether or not they're gonna come back foreclosure moratoriums run out. You know, there are all sorts of things that happen as people. Sort of emerged from the shock of that kind of situation with their home and then move on. And as that has happened sort of, you know, those houses were under water. You don't really have a choice you have to get him. Right. So it's really a prime location for got jobs, even though it's an unusual market based on our methodology. And we did actually we talked to some local investors there. Brian Spitz who is big state. Homebuyer says a dozen a lotta contribute contributing for us, and he also has pretty high volume of investments there, and he said, here's the thing that you need to know if you're gonna do got job deals in Houston. He said if you're going to do a true, gut job over two thousand feet with the sales price of over half a million that can give you an idea the numbers, we're talking here, you need to consider a budget of one hundred two hundred twenty thousand at least just to be in the appropriate range. So you're looking at big numbers. But as you can see you're also kind of looking at some pretty big rewards. So you're looking at roughly at about sixty dollars a square foot just to do a job. That's definitely I mean, I can definitely be high. But that makes sense, right? Because you had Harvey that ran through there and you need to make sure everything's structurally sound. Sixty dollars a square foot makes sense. And at home buyers. I we interviewed Brian spits as well. And that was that was a great interview. And we talked a little bit about some of his strategies in terms of renovation. He did mention got jobs, and I should have connected the dots. I should've known Houston was going to be on this list. Even before you sent it to me. Well, the thing that he did point out though is operating in a market like Houston. It's it's population is exploding. They're twenty one fortune five hundred company headquartered in that area. He said the thing that especially a new investor who's not doing a lot of gut jobs has to remember is that you don't have the option to not. Finish the job. He said, you know, if you if you let yourself go under budget, you will you won't have the things that you won't have the money left for what he called crucial. Completion projects you won't be able to put the finishing touches on it. They will actually get you that retail price, and what people want their are finished products. They're not looking to buy homes to work on themselves. They already on finished products. I it makes sense. Like, if I'm I I don't want to do a live in live in homeowner type of type of deal like totally not. My I admire it. I don't want to do it. I'm with you. Jimmy willy has also done a good number of gut jobs, and she is on the cover of thing. Cruelty magazines tuber issue. Let's talk about her for a second. And there's also talk about where she's done her gut shops if you can provide some insight. Yeah. So speaking of living in the middle of it. And that's actually how she realized. I I will. I don't wanna give too much of her cover story way. Of course. But she said, you know, she and her husband. I was what they did when they were very young family. They they bought their home. And they renovated it while. They lived in it, and she said in his article, you know, I had no idea that meant that. I could I could be a real estate investor at that time. So a lot of what we talked about in the article, she's one of the largest females all you largest volume female wholesalers in the country. And she's also done it very fast. She actually but see I'm looking at our roller coaster graphic, which is you should really get magazine. Look at that. So in in two thousand fifteen she earned her real estate license, and it wasn't January. It was I think it was wait two thousand fifteen now this year, she did one hundred fifty deals so far. So that's that's a really interesting increase in deals and very abnormal for a new investor. So I'm excited to read that story. Girls he magazine's October issues to make sure you pick up a copy at Barnes and noble. That's really really important that you do that. Then again subscribed. The entire year of realty magazines, only twenty eight dollars and ninety five cents for the entire year. It's amazing. So that being said she's done the to gut jobs, but she's also known for a wholesaling real estate. Let's maybe talk about how wholesaling can be a good option for new real estate investors new real estate agents, and even pro real estate investors, if they choose not to do the gut jobs that seem kind of intimidating. Right. So that's actually that's the started the secret to the volume new certainly would want to read it to get the details, but she is incredibly strategically flexible. You know, she wholesales she fled. She does create financing. She does it all and she has been very methodical about learning. How to do those things so that she can sort of add than to her arsenal? But wholesaling is sort of like the strategy that they can always use you. And that's I think sort of a credit to her her focus and also her marketing, but she has and you can read the magazine she has done some big jobs. We have one that is just incredible that she was working on at the time of the cover feature. And then we also have one where she was incredibly transparent with us. It was one of her first blitz was a historic renovation. She took it from seven hundred square feet to twenty seven hundred square feet and. It was one of her worst sixty inches ever. And she was so kind to our readership because she not only didn't lie about it. But she really pick it apart. I get these four things wrong. Here's what I learned. And there's really no reason that you have to do these four things wrong. So I just I really it was a beautiful job at the time. She was done. But she says, you know, it's beautiful beta it was one of the worst. One of the most painful things I ever did. Yeah. I had the I had the opportunity to interview her for royalty radio. And we definitely dive into these four things. And I later then find out she has like the top fifteen list of things that investors that that she doesn't she wishes every investor new I think that's also part of what's in this feature article. I don't want to give away too much of it. But I'm trying to the egging myself not to do it. But I would go pick up a copy of cruelty magazine, the October issue, and that will be out to the first to be in October. Check it out Barnes and noble. And some of the select articles from the magazine will be featured on think realty dot com. Carol any last tips of advice, we have like thirty seconds before we have to wrap up and good break. You know, I think you should go straight to Barnes and noble and buy this magazine. That's a really good tip. Quite thirty seconds. But office it out Carol. Thanks so much. I certainly appreciate you jumping on the air with me. It's always fun speaking with you. Realty nation. You heard it here. Does your friend right now? Go there check it out and get a copy of the magazine he got a question for me. Super easy to get in touch. I need to do is text the word ask two nine six two seven zero Greg grants coming out. Don't touch that. Dial real estate investing ladies when big realty radio return. It may have been a messy divorce.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"hawk realty" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Real estate investment. Throw. Avi goal hawk. Realty nation. It's AVI goal hard. We're pack. My guest today. Good friend mentor. Pam goodwin. Commercial out of Dallas, Texas is on the air with me. We've been talking a lot of topics him. I mean, I think we've covered a whole lot about to the online brick and mortar stores latest trends in commercial real estate, the ecommerce and delivery world, an Uber and lift weights and all this stuff. We were just before the break talking about senior living co working, and we started to tease a little bit. About opportunities owns a wise opportunities zones. Such a the buzzwords right now in Washington, I care as an investor. Opportunities zones in or they also called them. Oh Jones to shorten it. They say that they were able to find about eighty seven hundred different Ozone's nationwide, you know, anywhere from ranging from rundown. Inner city to you know, other parts of the country, and I always recommend it. It's just a way to defer some capital tax incentives that our government, you know, to help investors, and it really to help some of these community to and I always recommend finding out any opportunities down the first person to really reach out jamming. I, you know, do some research on it. And then reach out to your local economic development director in your area. And they can definitely let you know. The opportunities owns in your area in your market in your state or wherever you're investing. And I think. I was looking at this just the other day. And I think if you even if you do a quick Google, search, you can find a you can find a map that generally has these opportunities zones highlighted and the benefit of that is you can take the map take it exactly what Pam saying ticket to your economic development team at the city at your local government office wherever that may be county office and ask them and say, listen, I'm looking at this area. It says I did a little bit of research and it says that it's an opportunity zone. What does that mean, what type of tax benefits do I receive as a result of this specific area? What are you looking to do? What's the objective here and be really thoughtful in and intentional about some of those questions because remember the higher quality of question. You ask you never know what kind of opportunity that presents that can present. And no pun intended on the opportunity word. Let's.

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"hawk realty" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

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"hawk realty" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

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